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Sol Invictus sci-fi gamebook launched on Android

You might be forgiven for not knowing about Sol Invictus – if you didn’t play Kyle B. Stiff’s “Heavy Metal Thunder” which is the predecessor to this gamebook, you might not even know it existed. But we’re here to put a little bit of good old book gaming and science fiction into your world.

Acer C910, C740 Chromebook hands-on: built to endure students

Acer has just unveiled two new Chromebooks that have been designed with educational use squarely in mind. But aside from the usual strappings of a budget-friendly, cloud-backed portable, these devices have one special feature to boast of: durability. Since these notebooks are targeted for use in schools and by students, Acer has equipped them with a few features that improve the hardiness of the Chromebooks to withstand the wear and tear of everyday academic use.

HTC One M9 leaked photos that looks like it could be legit

As we sit anxiously and count the days till March 1st for Mobile World Congress, we are surprised to see leaked photos of what HTC could be calling the new One M9. From the looks of it, it appears the new One M9 still retains the smooth metal chassis from the current model One M8. We can see that there are noticeable differences with the supposedly prototype M9 - trimmer all around, bezels are slimmer, the physical body seems to have lost weight and a square camera versus a circular camera on the current One M8.

Kisha is the 1st smart umbrella that you can’t (shouldn’t) lose

Umbrellas may be part of a top five list of things most often lost by people. But with all the technological advances we have today, there must be a way to help us, well. not lose them all the time. Kisha claims that it is the umbrella that can never be lost, with the help of an app that connects to your mobile device. Well, just make sure you don't lose your connected smartphone or tablet too.

Amazon Original Movies out to revolutionize movie industry next

After making a dent in the television industry with their Amazon original series, specifically with the Golden Globe-winning Transparent, the world's leading distributor is further expanding their content creation. Now they're taking on full-length movies with Amazon Original Movies, planning to release them both in the theaters and through their Prime streaming service.

Google to pull out Chrome to Mobile extension starting February

Bad news for those who frequently use the "Print to my Phone" feature on Chrome web browser: Google is pulling out the Chrome to Mobile browser extension from Google Cloud Print starting next month. By early February, you will not be able to "print" directly to the phone or send web content from a computer to a mobile device. Instead of the Chrome extension, you are requested to use the tab sync now.

HP introduces 3 new Android tablets geared for work

Today Hewlett-Packard has introduced 3 new Android tablets that they’ve been working on; each tablet engineered and designed with a different goal in mind. HP has focused on the various work fields that could benefit from the use of mobile devices and has catered to those jobs in a sense of reliability, durability and performance. Whether the field of work is from the office, to manufacturing floor, clinical healthcare, or in school, the new tablets are ready to help users make work more efficient.
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